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Aside from in-person flirting, social media is the most common way teens express interest in someone they have a crush on.Although most teen romantic relationships do not start online, digital platforms serve as an important tool for flirting and showing romantic interest.Some 30% of teen daters say they have blocked an ex from texting them.While there are no gender differences when it comes to removing an ex from their phone contact list or blocking a former partner from texting them, teen girls with relationship experience (44%) are more likely than their male counterparts (31%) to block or unfriend an ex on social media.It's a phenomenon that cuts across all demographics--suburban, urban and rural; those who are college bound and those who aren't.
It would be three years before Faith-Ann, now 20 and a film student in Los Angeles, told her parents about the depth of her distress.
In 2015, about 3 million teens ages 12 to 17 had had at least one major depressive episode in the past year, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.
More than 2 million report experiencing depression that impairs their daily function.
But 27% of teens say social media makes them feel jealous or unsure about their relationship, with 7% saying they feel this way “a lot.” Teens frown upon ending a relationship via text message, but many have experienced break-up texting.
Most teens rate an in-person conversation as the most acceptable way to end a relationship.